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By woodall, Junior Member on 12th February 2014, 04:39 AM
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I have an htc one x. The phone is stuck in bootloop. It stays on the htc logo screen and does nothing. I would like to know how to turn the phone off alltogether. I have tried volume up + power button, volume up and down + power button and that will turn the phone off but seconds later comes back on by itself. I assume i will haveto flash a new rom to it in order to get it to come back on. The phone is rooted but not sure what rom or kernel is or was on it as i have done a factory reset on it. This all started righ after downloading an app?!!?!? Idk. Any advise on how to actually shut down the phone and what the proper way of fixing this this issue.
 
 
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I have an htc one x. The phone is stuck in bootloop. It stays on the htc logo screen and does nothing. I would like to know how to turn the phone off alltogether. I have tried volume up + power button, volume up and down + power button and that will turn the phone off but seconds later comes back on by itself. I assume i will haveto flash a new rom to it in order to get it to come back on. The phone is rooted but not sure what rom or kernel is or was on it as i have done a factory reset on it. This all started righ after downloading an app?!!?!? Idk. Any advise on how to actually shut down the phone and what the proper way of fixing this this issue.

Try volume down + power... It should bring the bootloader

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12th February 2014, 05:01 AM |#3  
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Try volume down + power... It should bring the bootloader

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So i did get the phone shut down so it will have a chance to charge. Next step is, now is my only option to flash a new rom to get past bootloop?
13th February 2014, 04:20 AM |#4  
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How about posting in the right forum?

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